Olympus OM-D EM5

First impressions of the Olympus 4/3 camera are very positive. Will all landscape photographers want to trade their full frame setups for this camera - unlikely. Nevertheless it has a place in the gear especially when light weight together with quality is called for. Light and compact it certainly is. If rumours of a 40MP replacement in Feb 2015 become a reality it may have even more of an impact. Wha.....? 40MP?!! Apparently the sensor shifts to compile a 40MP image. Let's see. In the meantime the 12-40mm f2.8 does an admirable job attached to the M5. Its currently one of three Pro lenses Olympus has on offer. I haven't explored it fully but here's a crop of a square shot taken today at Leura Cascades converted to b&w.

A variation on the reflection theme taken from the water. Reflections onto rock face. Something I couldn't have done with a big heavy DSLR - holding the camera above water while swimming out to a vantage point then holding the camera still enough with one hand to take the shot. I could make EVF adjustments with one hand also.